4 genius ways Hilary Duff uses coconut oil in her beauty routine


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You know those skin-care and beauty products that you use until the very last drop? The ones that you’ve spent entire brunches/text threads/email chains telling your friends about? They’re the best of the best…so amazing that you’d never risk putting them in a piece of checked luggage. At Well+Good, we call those our Beauty VIPs (you know, Very Important Products). In this series, we ask women in wellness and the public eye what beauty products they use every single day and why—with an entire Internet of options to choose from—these items stand out.

You may always think of her as Lizzie McGuire (who BTW was totally the original bitmoji), or the voice behind the ridiculously choreograph-able hit “Come Clean,” but Hilary Duff has come a long way since her Disney days. For one, she’s morphed into a full-on body positivity spokeswoman after having her son Luca and she’s also ditched her cosmetics to catch empowering makeup-free moments on Instagram.

And TBH, this time of year that’s no easy feat, because: allergies. Undoubtedly, they bring on red, itchy eyes and irritated, puffy nose. “It’s really important to me that I don’t let my allergies hold me back,” she says, which is why she reaches for Claritin, which she says “has kept my drippy-eyes and other allergy symptoms under control for years.” In addition, she has an easily replicable beauty routine. Here’s how to copy it.

Keep scrolling to find out the beauty products that Hilary Duff swears by.

saje fortified space mist
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Saje Fortified Space Restorative Face & Body Mist, $13

“I’m obsessed with Fortified Space Mist by Saje,” Duff says. “You spray it all over your face, inhale deeply, and it clears your nasal passages and is deeply relaxing.”

Caudalie Intense Moisture Rescue Creme
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Caudalie Intense Moisture Rescue Creme, $39

“This is the ultimate hand-moisturizer, I love it,” Duff says. “I know that this might sound gross, but it actually smells like subtly smells like grapes, which I love.”

 

Odacite serum
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Odacite Pure Elements Po+R Hydration Pomegranate Rose Serum Concentrate, $42

“I’ll use a few different oils on my face from Odacite,” she says. “They’re super targeted, so when my skin gets dry from the airplane, I’ll use their hydrating oil, which smells super nice.”

Herbivore Botanicals Jade Facial Roller
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Herbivore Botanicals Jade Facial Roller, $25

“Keeping my jade roller in my fridge is one of my hacks for beating puffy allergy-eyes,” she says. “It’s really soothing and irons my under-the-eye creases out.”

eye mask
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Rodial Dragon’s Blood Eye Masks Hydrate And Tone, $49

“Sometimes I’ll use an under the eye masks on the plane. My favorite is when I have friends traveling with me and we can wear them together,” she says. “These are a lifesaver when my eyes are puffy or I feel like my skin is bloated.”

 

coconut oil
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Coconut Oil, $6

“I add it to my moisturizing lotion, I use it to take off my makeup, and I’ve even swished it in my mouth for oil pulling,” she says.

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Coffee Grinds

“I kept seeing homemade coffee grind scrubs on my Instagram feed. So I threw a girls night and things got really witchy!” she tells me. “I’ll add a little bit of coconut oil, but not too much because I like the scrub to be dry, and some essential oils for scent and then I’ll slather it on my legs.”

Can’t get enough of Hilary Duff? Check out her morning routine and  her go-to hydration hack. Or get inspired by how she started an Instagram #loveyourbod-fest.

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